He also emphasized the high growth potential in the Saudi real estate market driven by an annual population growth rate estimated at 2.
What does APGR stand for?
APGR stands for Annual Population Growth Rate
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- Association of Professional Geoscientists of Nova Scotia (Canada)
- Association of Professional Geoscientists of Ontario
- Association of Professors of Gynecology and Obstetrics
- Appeals Generator of Letters and Forms
- All Party Group on Overseas Development (UK)
- Arithmetic Progression Geometric Progression
- Atlantic Public Golf Program (Canada)
- Automatic Password Generator Program
- Association of Professional Genealogists Quarterly
- Ann Arbor AP-42 Program
- Archive of Performances of Greek and Roman Drama (University of Oxford)
- Account Planning Group Switzerland (est. 2003)
- Advanced Parking Guidance System (vehicle feature)
- Agence Privée de Gardiennage et de Surveillance (French: Private Agency for Guarding and Surveillance)
- Airborne Power Generator System
- Alaska Private Guide Service (Fairbanks, AK)
- Amsterdamse Politie Gymnastiek Sportvereniging (Dutch)
- Anterior Pituitary Gland Signal
- Auxiliary Power Generation Subsystem
- Aberdeen Proving Ground Support Activity (US Army)
Samples in periodicals archive:
As an economist, she was expected to support the bill that would help stem the country's two percent annual population growth rate, to increase the country's gross development product (GDP).
Government controls on family size over the last three decades have brought the annual population growth rate down to less than a per cent.
He said the current annual population growth rate in the city among citizens is around 1.
With reference to South Africa, the new report projects an average annual population growth rate of 0.
In addition to agriculture, the annual population growth rate of 3 percent exacerbates water stress, as it leads to further demand for water, while growth of the standard of living - even at modest rates - also leads to an increased demand for water.
For these incidence estimates, the population at risk during the years 2002-2007 was calculated by extrapolating from the 2001 census population on the basis of an annual population growth rate of 1.